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The Kiss Burglar   

George M. Cohan's Theatre , (5/09/1918 - Closing date unknown)
Eltinge 42nd Street Theatre , (7/01/1918 - circa. 8/03/1918)
First Preview: Total Previews:
Opening Date:May 09, 1918   
Closing Date:Aug 03, 1918 Total Performances:100

Category: Musical, Romance, Original, Broadway
Description: A musical in Two Acts and 5 Scenes
Setting: New York City and the Berkshire Hills

Production Staff
Produced by William P. Orr and J. M. Welch
Book by Glen MacDonough; Lyrics by Glen MacDonough; Music by Raymond Hubbell
Directed by Julian Bitchell and Edgar MacGregor
Fay Bainter Aline
Grand Duchess of Orly
Marie Baxter Miss Morrisana
Evelyn Cavanaugh Miss Tinkle
Cyril Chadwick Mr. E. Chatteron-Pym
Harry Clarke Tommy Dodd
H. Coghlan
H. Coughlan Waiter
Margaret Cusak Miss Stuyvesant
Betty Dodsworth Natalie
Maid to the Duchess
Richard Dore Mr. Toby
Paul Dulzell Proprieter of Pennington Inn
Nell Edwardy Miss Schenectady
Peggy Ellis Page
Grace Field Mrs. E. Chatteron-Pym
E. Payton Gibbs General Trotovitch
Bessie Gros Miss Troy
Gertrude Harrison Pinkie Doolittle
Margaret Healey Miss Peekskill
Armand Kaliz Bert DuVivier
Evelyn Koerner Miss Hastings
Denman Maley Oswald Gayly
Marie McConnell Miss Canojoharie
Emily Monte Miss Irvington
Louise Moran Miss Albany
H. Morrison First Aide to General Trotovitch
Dot Nichols Miss Yonkers
George Otto Second Aide to General Trotovitch
Marion Phillips Miss Oneida
Dot Quinette Miss Beacon
Virginia Richmond Rose
Maid to the Duchess
Miss Dobbs
Carol Rutter Miss Pougkeepsie
Eleanor Scott Miss Greeley
A. Settle A Detective
Fritzie Smith Miss Amsterdam
Helen Trainor Miss Tarrytown
Janet Velie Miss Harte
June White Tissie Baltimore
Marjorie Whiteford Miss Rochester
music by Raymond Hubbell; lyrics by Glen MacDonough
ACT 1Sung By
He Loved, He Loves Me Not Miss Harte, Miss Tinkle and Chorus
A Little Class of One Miss Harte and Tommy Dodd
Since I Met Wonderful You Bert DuVivier
One Day Mrs. E. Chatteron-Pym
The Mantlepiece Tragedy Aline (Grand Duchess of Orly)
ACT 2Sung By
The Shimmering, Glimmering Nile Tommy Dodd
The Little Black Sheep Mrs. E. Chatteron-Pym
The Girl I Can't Forget Bert DuVivier
I Want to Learn to Dance Aline (Grand Duchess of Orly) and Mr. E. Chatteron-Pym
Because You Do Not Know Aline (Grand Duchess of Orly) and Bert DuVivier
The Rose Ensemble
Your Kiss Is Champagne Bert DuVivier